A recent survey found that more computers than copies of computer programs were purchased by Germans last year. The best interpretation of this finding is that the practice of illegally duplicating commercial computers is widespread among Germans.
Each of the following, if true, would counter some reasonable objection to the interpretation advanced above EXCEPT:
A) Few German computer users write their own computer programs
<< advances that most get the commerical programs ... No other inference can be drawn here
B) There are few free noncommercial computer programs available in Germany
<<<<< implies most computer programs must be bought ...
C) Some Germans purchase computers outside of Germany for use in Germany, and such purchases were counted in the survey
<<<<< implies the number of actual computers has been well accounted for
D) The typical German computer user has several commercially written computer programs on his or her computer
<<<<<implies t number of programs is greater than number of computers anyhow....but not talk of ILLEGAL STUFF here ...
E) Many Germans legally make duplicates of commercial computer programs, but such duplicates were counted as purchased copies in the survey
<<<<< implies the number of programs were well accounted for..all that was legal has been counted for ..
What kind of a question is this
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